Second Edition of Tangible Modeling Book Released
Newly released this summer, the second edition of Tangible Modeling with Open Source GIS provides new tools for running powerful geospatial simulations with physical models and 3-D imagery.
Taking Flight with Drone Research
Winner of a 2018 NASA/NC Space Grant Graduate Research Fellowship, incoming Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. student Kellyn Montgomery is launching an innovative study of crop health this summer.
Congratulations to Our Spring Graduates!
At May graduation, 43 members of the Center for Geospatial Analytics community were recognized for completing their graduate programs.
Helping Community Partners with GIS Solutions
During their final semester, each master's student in Geospatial Information Science and Technology completes a service-learning capstone project, working directly with a community or industry partner. This season, we celebrate the work of our May graduates.
Global Change Seminar Panel Discusses Science Advocacy
What are the risks and rewards of science advocacy, and the different forms it can take? Center Ph.D. student and Global Change Fellow Devon Gaydos reports on the findings of a recent panel discussion at the SE Climate Adaptation Science Center.
2018 Esri Development Center Student of the Year
Ph.D. student Ashwin Shashidharan, co-advised by Ross Meentemeyer and Raju Vatsavai, has been named by Esri as the 2018 Esri Development Center Student of the Year, out of a pool of over twenty honorees worldwide.
A Day in the Life at NC State
Local high school sophomore Miranda Johnson visited the Center for Geospatial Analytics to shadow a graduate student in the center's professional master's program.
Using Virtual Reality to Plot Urban Green Spaces
Research with VR goggles gives landscape designers fresh insight on how green landscapes refresh city residents.
Ready Player Two: Virtual Reality in the Geospatial Sciences
Ph.D. student Payam Tabrizian uses virtual reality and geospatial analytics to learn about human cognition and advance landscape design. We asked him about his current research and his predictions for the future of the field.
New Research Shows Water Use Impacted by the Shape of Our Cities
Georgina Sanchez, Ph.D. student in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, is using geospatial analytics to understand water demand in the Southeast. Her latest findings: urban developments with simpler shapes use less water.